Department of Mathematics
Inverse source identification for Poisson equation
A numerical method for identifying the unknown point sources for a two-dimensional Poisson problem from Dirichlet boundary data is proposed. Under an assumption that the total number and estimate positions of the point sources are known, the exact positions and corresponding strengths of the distinct point sources can be identified from scattered (noisy) observed Dirichlet boundary data. Numerical verification indicated that the method is efficient and robust. © 2005 Taylor & Francis Group Ltd.
Inverse problem, Point mass model, Poisson equation, Sources identification
Source Publication Title
Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering
Taylor & Francis
Link to Publisher's Edition
Ling, Leevan, Y. C. Hon, and M. Yamamoto. "Inverse source identification for Poisson equation." Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering 13.4 (2005): 433-447.